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With its super-bright DLP-generated images and Windows CE operating system, the Aaxa P4 has much to offer the business traveler, but its battery life and speaker aren’t great.
Looking to transform your home into an entertainment multiplex? Get to know some of the best HDTVs, games, media streamers, home-networking products, and entertainment gear that earned high honors in the 2011 CES Innovations Awards.
Take a look at some of the most innovative tech of the year--and the most innovative tech of the near future. Here are the 2011 Best of Innovations honorees.
The Sony BDP-S570 looks great on paper, but its on-screen results in our tests were mixed.
The basic, low-cost PJM-1000 provides limited features and delivers mediocre image quality.
The no-frills Ray pico projector displays legible text on a small screen but its color graphics and nonremovable battery disappoint.
Designed primarily as an Apple accessory, the Cinemin Swivel projects colorful iPod and iPhone images right out of the box.
The PocketCinema V10 Plus is an extremely versatile stand-alone pico projector, but its image quality is undistinguished.
This powerful pico projector delivers very bright images and crisp text, but lackluster color and limited battery life are drawbacks.
The extremely compact Optoma PK102 delivers vivid color images and handles stand-alone presentations via its built-in media player.
The sleek 3M MPro120's bright and sharp images, easy-to-use features, and long-lasting battery earn it high marks.
The F70EXR is a surprisingly powerful pocket megazoom that makes challenging photo situations easier for casual shooters.
Your tech dream may be your significant other's nightmare. Here are the items our married tech experts drool over (while belittling one another's choices).
High-quality, widescreen images and superior brightness make this projector a top choice for both business and home use.